Regulations On The Organization, Management And Intervention

Original Language Title: Forskrift om organisering, ledelse og medvirkning

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Regulations on the Organization, management and intervention Date FOR-2011-12-06-1355 Ministry of labour and Social Affairs published in the 2011 booklet 14 entry into force 01.01.2013 last edited by-2016-06-21-758 from 01.07.2016 change the FOR-1985-06-14-1410, FOR-1985-11-19-2105, FOR-1985-06-14-1157, FOR-1982-09-10-1377, FOR-1966-11-01-9192, FOR-2005-04-26-362, FOR-1973-04-04-1,-1974-04-18-3, 1977-04-20-9193,-1977-04-29-7, FOR-1977-05-25-2,-1978-09-25-5, FOR-1979-12-07-7, FOR-1985-06-14-1411, FOR-2006-04-26-456, 1997-09-19-1018,-1983-11-15-1674, FOR-1986-03-21-745, FOR-1986-01-10-17, FOR-1986-04-11-870, FOR-2005-01-25-47, FOR-1989-04-14-335, FOR-2009-02-11-162, 1990-11-30-944, FOR-1992-02-13-1263, FOR-1993-05-24-1425,-1994-09-16-876,-1994-10-06-972, FOR-1994-11-10-1053, FOR-1994-12-15-1259, FOR-1995-02-16-170, For-1995-01-20-156, FOR-1995-04-20-385,-1995-08-25-768, FOR-1996-12-16-1315, FOR-2005-06-30-794, FOR-1997-12-19-1322, FOR-1998-02-26-179, FOR-1998-04-30-551, FOR-1998-06-26-608, FOR-1998-12-18-1206, FOR-2000-04-14-412,-2001-04-30-443, FOR-2005-07-06-804, FOR-2009-09-10-1173, FOR-2010-04-27-605, FOR-2010-11-16-1452, FOR-1977-06-02-3219 applies to Norway Pursuant LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 1-3, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 1-4, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 3-1, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 3-2, LAW-2005-06-17-62-§ 3-3, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 4-1, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 4-2, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 4-4, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 4-5, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 5-3, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 6-1, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 6-2, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 6-4, LAW-2005-06-17-62-7-1, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 7-2, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 7-3, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 9-3, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 9-4, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 11-1, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 11-2, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 11-3, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 11-4, LAW-2005-06-17-62-section 11-5 Announced 28.12.2011 at. 14.05 short title regulations on organization, management and participation Chapter overview: Chapter 1. Introductory provisions (§ § 1-1-1-6) Chapter 2. The involvement of workers or their representatives (§ § 2-1-2-4) Chapter 3. Selection, training, and more of the safety representatives and the working sample (§ § 3-1-3-23) Chapter 4. Local safety representatives and the working range for loading and unloading workers (§ § 4-1-4-7) Chapter 5. Regional safety representatives for the construction business (§ § 5-1-5-5) Chapter 6. Regional safety representatives for overnight businesses, serving businesses, cleaning businesses mfl. (§ § 6-1-6-5)
Chapter 7. Risk assessment (§ § 7-1-7-3), Chapter 8. Training (§ § 8-1-8-2) Chapter 9. Information to the employees (§ § 9-1-9-2) Chapter 10. Planning, organization of work and safe operation (§ § 10-1-10-8) Chapter 11. Working instructions (§ § 11-1-11-2) Chapter 12. Work of children and youth (§ § 12-1-12-12) Chapter 13. Occupational health service (sections 13-1-13-3) Chapter 14. Report and health surveillance (§ § 14-1-14-7) Chapter 15. The use of personal protective equipment (sections 15-1-15-5) Chapter 16. Final provisions (sections 16-1-16-3) legal authority established by the Ministry of labour: (now the Ministry of labour and social) 6. December 2011 with authorization in law 17. June 2005 Nr. 62 for a work environment, working time, employment etc. (the Working Environment Act) § 1-3 third paragraph, section 1-4, section 3-1, third paragraph, section 3-2, fourth paragraph, section 3-3 fourth paragraph, section 4-1 fifth paragraph, section 4-2 fourth paragraph, section 4-4 fifth paragraph, section 4-5 sixth paragraph, section 5-3, third paragraph, section 6-1 fifth paragraph, section 6-2 eighth paragraph, section 6-4 the third paragraph, section 7-1 fifth paragraph, section 7-2 seventh paragraph, section 7-3 the first and second paragraph, section 9-3 the second paragraph, section 9-4 second paragraph, section 11-1 second and third paragraph, section 11-2 fifth paragraph , section 11-3 fourth paragraph, section 11-4 second paragraph, section 11-5 fifth paragraph.
EEA EEA referrals: annex II, chap. XV (Directive 76/769/EEC as amended by Directive 2003/53/EC and Directive 1999/77/EC), attachment VII No. 1 (Directive 2005/36/EC as amended by Directive 2006/100/EC, Regulation (EC) No 1430/2007, Regulation (EC) No. 755/2008 and Regulation (EC) No. 279/2009), annex XVIII No. 8 (Directive 89/391/EEC), Nr. 9 (Directive 89/654/EEC), Nr. 10 (directive 2009/104/EC), Nr. 11 (Directive 89/656/EEC), Nr. 15 (Directive 2000/54/EC), Nr. 16B (Directive 92/57/EEC), Nr. 16 c (Directive 92/58/EEC amended by Directive 2014/27/EU), Nr. 16d (Directive 92/85/EEC amended by Directive 2014/27/EU), Nr. 16F (Directive 92/104/EEC), Nr. 16 h (Directive 98/24/EC as amended by Directive 2014/27/EU), Nr. 16ja (Directive 2002/44/EC), Nr. 16jb (Directive 2003/10/EC), Nr. 16je (Directive 2006/25/EC), Nr. 29 (Directive 94/33/EEC amended by Directive 2014/27/EU).
Changes: modified by regulations 19 des 2012 No. 1371, 30 Dec 2013 No. 1695, 24 feb 2014 Nr. 210, 25 aug 2014 Nr. 1108, 22 Dec 2014 Nr. 1884, 26 June 2015 Nr. 797, 21 June 2016 Nr. 758. Chapter 1. Preliminary provisions section 1-1. Purpose the purpose of the regulation is that the work be organized and arranged so that the workers be secured a fully proper work environment protected against physical or mental strain at that-mapping, risk assessment and implementation of measures be carried out before the task is initiated, the employees and their representatives-secured interaction, employees and their representatives-are given the necessary information and training.

§ 1-2. Scope the regulation applies to organization, facilitation and management of the work, and the involvement of the employees or their representatives.
Forskriftens chapters 7, 8 and 9 do not apply to petroleum activities at sea and for business on the onshore facilities as mentioned in the frame the regulations section 6 letter e. Forskriftens Chapter 12 does not apply to the petroleum at sea.

§ 1-3. Who the regulation addresses the Employer shall ensure that the provisions of this regulation is being carried out.
Regulation Chapter 5, 6 and 15, as well as § 10-1 letter m and section 14-2 also applies to businesses that do not employ workers.
The regulations section 14-3 applies to doctors in connection with the report.

section 1-4. Definitions in this regulation means: 1) work space: any place, indoors, outdoors or under the soil where it performed work of permanent or temporary character.

2) work equipment: technical devices, etc., that machines, lifting tool, security components, containers, transport devices, appliances, installations, tools and any other subject that is utilised by the manufacture of a product, or by execution of the work.

3) asbestos: the fibrous, crystalline silikatmineralene krysotil (white asbestos), krokidolitt (blue asbestos), amositt (brown asbestos), antofyllittasbest, tremolittasbest and aktinolittasbest.

4) the use of work equipment: work operations such as starting, stopping, Assembly and disassembly, transport, use, monitoring, inspection, repair, maintenance, care and cleaning.

5) building and construction business:-construction of buildings-interior design, decoration, and installation work-Assembly and dismantling of prefabricated elements-demolition, dismantling, rebuilding and reconditioning-redevelopment and maintenance-General construction activities-digging, blasting and other basic work-other work being carried out in relation to the building or construction work.

6) electromagnetic field: static electricity, static magnetic and time sva splines end electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields with frequencies up to 300 GHz.

7) hand and arm signal: movements, or settings of the arms or hands, in coded form, to guide persons who perform work that could lead to danger for workers.

8) ionizing radiation: radiation from radioactive materials, x-ray radiation and particle radiation.

9) chemicals: chemical elements, chemical compounds or mixtures of such, whether they occur in the natural state or are industrially made or used or released, by any work operation, regardless of whether the representation is intended or not. This applies regardless of whether the chemicals are available on the market or not.

10) personal protective equipment: all equipment including accessories for the equipment, worn or held by the worker to protect the worker against one or several risks that can threaten their safety and health during the work. Personal protective equipment does not include:-ordinary working clothes and uniforms that are not specifically intended to protect employees ' safety and health-emergency aid and rescue equipment-self defence equipment-transportable equipment for tracking and localization of dangerous and harmful factors-personal protective equipment used in accordance with the requirements of the road traffic law.

11) risk: a function of the probability of an undesirable event can occur and the consequence for employees ' life or health.

12) security signs and signal design: application of signs, color, light signal, audio signal, oral instructions or a hand and arm signal that refer to a specific article, business or situation and providing information or instructions on how people should relate in different situations for the sake of safety and health in the workplace. The definition does not include signage and signal which is governed by other legislation or in pursuance of the road-, rail-, air-or sea transport or transport on domestic sea routes.

section 1-5. Exemption the labour inspectorate can give a dispensation from the regulations if there are special reasons, it's security and health it is not justifiable, and contrary to the EEA Agreement.

section 1-6. Petroleum Safety Authority Norway It as in this regulation is specific about the labour inspectorate shall apply accordingly for the PSA on its management area.

Chapter 2. The involvement of workers or their representatives section 2-1. Workers ' participation the planning and assessment of the work environment and the implementation of necessary and preventive measures should take place in cooperation with the workers, safety representatives and Union officials.

Development initiatives in order to prevent injuries by ergonomically distressing work should be implemented in cooperation with the affected workers.
By preparation of security procedures, contingency plans and emergency procedures when working under water or increased ambient pressure to protect the Ombudsman or, if your business does not have safety representatives, a representative of the workers be included on the Board.
The employees should contribute when planning the dive operations, including risk assessment and measures.

section 2-2. Cherish the mandates and tasks of the Ombudsman to work, intervention for protection of the implementation of the Working Environment Act objectives and otherwise perform their tasks by the Working Environment Act, section 6-2 and the regulations here section 12-11.
Cherish the Ombudsman has the right to use the time that is required to perform the tasks in the proper way.
In business who do not have the working range, to cherish the Ombudsman also: a) consider and cast your opinion on the issues that are mentioned in the work environment Act § 7-2 (2) and (3).

b) review reports on occupational diseases, work accidents, occupational hygiene surveys, etc. as mentioned in the Working Environment Act § 7-2 (4). Cherish the Ombudsman should in such case have the same access to the labour authority's and police investigative documents that the AMU. Cherish the Ombudsman will contribute to the cause of work-related injuries and occupational diseases search and see that clarified the employer take action to prevent recurrence.

§ 2-3. The Working Committee's tasks the Working Committee is a decision-making and advisory body that will work for the implementation of the working environment legislation in the business.
In addition to the tasks that are specifically mentioned in the Working Environment Act § 7-2, a) the selection to participate in preparing a plan of action for the protection and environmental work in the business, b) selection or representatives of the Committee make inspections in the enterprise to map and assess the need for protective and environmental initiatives. Safety representatives and supervisors for the individual areas of business should participate under the inspection of the sites as they are safety delegate or supervisor for, c) the Committee provide advice on prioritization of the business plans in the working environment questions and even take up questions about the new measures, d) selection establish guidelines for the introduction of new added workers about the relevant safety and environmental work in the business and see to it that the employer provides for the training of new employees as soon as possible after appointment , e) selection is also work that they added in the business get insights in working environment problems and seek their involvement in conservation and environmental work.

f) selection process the work instructions that should be worked out by at the same time work with cytostatics and ionizing radiation, jf. regulations on the execution of the work section 15-2.

In such case as mentioned in the Working Environment Act § 7-2 (4), to the Committee in general have access to The Authority's and police investigative documents. The labour inspectorate or the police decide to what extent the documents to be lodged. Information the Committee receives from the labour inspectorate or the police, to be used exclusively as far as it is necessary to clarify the cause of a work accident.

§ 2-4. Treatment of plans for structural works and more in working an employer who puts forth for the AMU plans for structural works or other plans that can get paramount to the work environment, jf. section 7-2 (2) Letter c) and d), at the same time give the Committee information about whether the plans will be referred to the Labour Inspectorate for the Working Environment Act § 18-9.
The same applies when the plans are processed by the safety representatives in businesses that do not have the working range, or possibly of different local working or local or regional safety representatives, cf. Working Environment Act § 6-4.

Chapter 3. Selection, training, and more of the safety representatives and the working range section 3-1. Section on protected areas the AMU parts into the workplace in the protected areas. In businesses that do not have the working range, this is done by local Trade Union after the employer has stated.
There are several local unions by business, sets out the in the community section of the protected areas after the employer has stated. Are the unions cannot agree, determine the employer section. There are no local Trade Union, representatives of workers determines designated this section after the employer has stated.

section 3-2. The selection of safety representatives shall be elected from among the delegates ' activity Protected workers who have experience and insight in your business's working conditions.
Safety delegates ' activity shall be elected by and among the employees within each area. With the exception of the top daily leader have all workers the right to vote. Groups of workers who work on the more protected areas, can choose their own safety representatives for the areas not covered by other safety representatives.
On protected areas where a local Trade Union alone organizes the majority of the employees, the Union designate cherish the Ombudsman. On protected areas where several trade unions to organize the majority of the employees together, but where none of them organize the majority alone, they can jointly appoint safety Ombudsman.
Otherwise, select the protected by majority delegates ' activity choices. The election is headed by a choice control for the entire business. The selection board shall consist of from one to three people. The selection board be appointed by the AMU. In businesses that do not have the working range, be appointed Election Board of the local Trade Union. There are several local trade unions, be appointed Election Board of the unions in the community. Are the unions cannot agree, be appointed Election Board of the employer. There is no local trade unions, be appointed by the employer, the Board selection.
Any worker within the conservation area and local unions that organize workers within the relevant area, has the right to nominate candidates. The selection board to do the candidate's name as well as proposing known before the election. In the election is decided by lot. By the way determines choice Board rules for the election unless the enterprise working sets out such rules.
If workers oppose to choose safety representatives, appoints the employer safety representatives. This protected the Ombudsman works until the employees have chosen safety representatives according to the rules above, but not for more than two years at a time.
In the businesses that will create the working range, but have not yet done so, apply the provisions of section 3-1 the first paragraph other periods, and other joints, and this destination fourth paragraph fifth period and the following, until the selection is created.

section 3-3. The choice of the Deputy of the protected the Ombudsman it can be selected the Deputy of military Ombudsman. The rules that apply to the protection of the Ombudsman, in which case the corresponding to the application for backup.

section 3-4. Protective ombudenes Protective function is selected for the time delegates ' activity two years at a time. If a safety representatives ends in your business or goes into lasting work in another area, terminates the task. In that case, it shall immediately be selected new safety representatives, unless it is selected alternate. Then take backup in as safety representatives for the remaining part of the election period.
Enterprise Management should have written notice of who is elected as safety representatives. A worker may not be requested recognized as safety representatives before such a message is given. Until the management receives message about new options, it is previously selected to be regarded as safety representatives.

§ 3-5. The main verneombudet to the senior can be selected either one of the safety delegates ' activity or another worker who have or have had positions of trust by the business, jf. Working Environment Act § 6-1 (3).
By business where a local Trade Union organizes the majority of workers, this designates the main verneombudet.
In the business that has several local unions that together organize the majority of workers, but where none of them organize the majority alone, they can jointly appoint the main verneombudet. They are not in agreement, the rule in the fourth paragraph of the application.
If the terms after the third paragraph are not met, select the protected senior delegates ' activity. In the election is decided by lot.
The main verneombudet is responsible for coordinating the protection of ombudenes business. Questions that apply to multiple protected areas, to be submitted to the main verneombudet. Questions about which safety representatives under a case decided by the hear, the main verneombudet.
By the way, applies the rules laid down for the protection of the Ombudsman, the equivalent for the main verneombudet.

§ 3-6. The choice of the Deputy of the main verneombudet It shall be elected the Deputy of the main verneombudet. The rules that apply to the main verneombudet, corresponding to the application for backup.

§ 3-7. Working in the business where it regularly employed at least 50 workers, it should be working with the same number of representatives from the employer and employee's ID, cf. Working Environment Act § 7-1.
In deciding whether the working range should be created, it is added the average number of employees during the last calendar year to reason. By the calculation of the number of workers to everyone who works at least 20 hours a week, with pointing out the Employer is considered to be their representatives in the selection. The employer, the employer's place as the leader in the business, or when the business is extensive, a representative from the top management, should always be a member of the AMU.
The main verneombudet is going to be one of the employees ' representatives in the selection and have the right to vote. There are several senior by the business, they choose a common representative. There is only one safety delegate at the business, it shall be a member of the Committee. The employees choose their other representatives by majority choice. Just added in business can be selected.

Staff in the occupational health service, cf. Working Environment Act § 3-3, may not be selected as the representatives of the employer or the employees. At least one representative from the occupational health service should be a permanent member of the Committee.

section 3-8. The right to vote at the election of members to the working range All workers have the right to vote in the election with the exception of the as in the employer's place leading the business.

§ 3-9. The conduct of the election of members to the working scheme should be secret and in writing. The election is headed by a selection board such as mentioned in section 3-2.
Every employee and local Trade Union has the right to suggest candidates. The selection board to do the candidates ' names as well as proposing known before the election.
The selection board shall prepare ballots. It should only be cast vote for up to the number of worker representatives and substitutes to be selected. It can only be voted on candidates who are proposed.
Those who have received the most votes is selected in the order vote figures suggests. In the election is decided by lot.

section 3-10. The conduct of the election to working in business with several local unions in business with several local trade unions, two or more unions to organize the majority of workers agreement that the election should take place as measures of choice or that unions shall designate workers ' representatives in the working range. Such an agreement is not reached, the elections take place as majority choice.

section 3-11. Substitutes for the Working Committee members members of the AMU to have substitutes. The Deputy of the employer shall be appointed by this and be from the company's top management. Substitutes for the employees ' representatives shall be elected or appointed according to the rules in section 3-9 and § 3-10. Held elections, elected worker representatives and assignees. Members and deputies will be elected in the order the numbers dictate. voice Alternate with the most votes becomes personal alternate for a member with the most votes, etc.

§ 3-12. The head of the working range will be the parties do not agree on the head should be from the employer or employee's ID in the first year, it is decided by lot.

section 3-13. Matters concerning the worker group without a member of the AMU When AMU treats issues that especially applies to an employee group that is not represented in the Committee, it shall be called upon representatives of this worker group. These speech and the proposal right in the pool, but not the right to vote. This rule will also apply to the groups that are mentioned in the work environment Act § 1-6.

section 3-14. More working in the same business in businesses with multiple distinct operating units, the AMU can adopt it to selected local working for each operational unit. The AMU for the whole organization sets out the work tasks and decision making for the local working. By the way comes to forskriftenes rules on the working range.
The AMU can create subcommittees to handle different problems (e.g. attførings selection, ergonomics, selection etc..). Under the scheme, is advisory for the AMU. The AMU can still adopt that individual during the selection will have some decision-making authority.

section 3-15. Term of Office for members of the working members of the AMU are elected for two years at a time. If a sample member ends in business, expires the task. Then take backup in as a member for the remaining part of the election period.

§ 3-16. The proceedings in the AMU AMU sets out for yourself how often it should be held meetings. It should normally be held 4 meetings per year. If at least two sample members require it, the AMU will keep meeting.
The Committee is taking up questions on its own initiative or at the request of a safety representatives. Any other employee may also apply to the selection of a working environment problem.
The Committee discusses the matters they treat, first with the aim to achieve consensus. The selection could not be found until a solution can agree on members, it should be made a vote.
It should be written minutes of the meetings of the Working Committee. At the polls, both the majority and mindretallets stand protokolleres.

section 3-17. Confidentiality for safety representatives and members of working safety representatives and members of working duties to prevent other access or knowledge of what they in connection with the performance of their duties will know about: a) someone's personal circumstances, or b) technical devices, production methods, business analyses and calculations and business secrets otherwise, when the information is of such a nature that others can exploit them in their own business activities.

Confidentiality does not apply if they get the consent from the business or the information applies to lay them out, or this is necessary to inform the affected workers or members of the corporate bodies on accident or health hazards in the business.
The AMU can adopt that members shall be bound by professional secrecy. Exceptions to confidentiality in the second paragraph applies accordingly.
The Ombudsman is a protective or select a member in the doubt it can hurt to put forward information, it shall consult with the info is true.

section 3-18. The training of safety delegates and members of the working safety representatives and members of working to get the training that is required for that they can perform their tasks in the proper way, cf. Working Environment Act § 6-5 first paragraph and section 7-4. The training will give the participants a) understanding of what fully justifiable work environment means at their work place, the employer's and employee's roles and responsibilities as well as the Working Committee, cherish the mandates, business health service and the Authority's role and tasks, b) give the participants knowledge of the ongoing health, safety and security efforts based on broad participation, good documentation and systematics, c) give the participants the knowledge to implement a simple risk assessment of physical , psychosocial and organizational conditions in the work environment, d) do the participants able to identify factors that promote or inhibit a good psychosocial and organizational work environment in their business, e) do the participants able to identify the most important physical work environment factors at your own place of work in order to reduce and prevent injuries and accidents, among other things, when it comes to ergonomics, noise, and indoor air quality , f) provide an introduction and orientation about the Working Environment Act and other relevant laws and regulations.

Used the chemical substances or biological material such as mentioned in the Working Environment Act § 4-5, it should be given training about the health hazards, drugs can cause.
It is to be given additional training in the topics mentioned in the first and second paragraph especially is of importance for the working environment in that business, to the extent that this is required for safety representatives and members of working should be able to carry out their tasks in the proper way.
It should also be given special training of safety delegates within the protected areas with especially complex work environment problems. The main verneombudet to have at least the same training as other safety representatives in the business and in addition, the training that is needed to perform the tasks after the regulation here section 3-5.

§ 3-19. Duration of the training of safety delegates and members of the working range of the course duration should be at least 40 hours. It can be agreed a shorter training than 40 hours, if the parties jointly arrived at is that it is prudent from a consideration of the problem of character and scope.

section 3-20. The implementation of the training of safety delegates and members of the working range of practical issues in connection with the implementation of the training in partnership between the employer, be clarified and the employees ' representatives or by agreement between the employer association and Union with the settings right after business dispute law § 39. There is no elected officials at the business, this with the employer clarifies that will participate in the training.
Training shall be given as soon as possible after the ballot, and it should preferably be placed in the working time. The employer will cover the cost of the training. At the completion of training in work time should participants have service free with full pay. Is the training added in his spare time, is going to pay are paid as if it came to ordinary working hours, without overtime pay for the actual teaching time.

section 3-21. The Authority's access to impose on the employer to provide training of safety delegates and members of the working range in the case where the working conditions makes it necessary with a more extensive training of safety delegates or select members than it is decided in the business, the labour inspectorate can impose on the employer to provide for this. The labour inspectorate may also fix the minimum requirements for the training within the special industries and types of business.
Where training is not planned or not carried out, the labour inspectorate can impose on the employer to conduct training as set out in this decision and section 3-18 to the section 3-20 and including fix and the scope of the tutorial content.

section 3-22. Businesses with other cooperation agencies in the business where there is already a cooperative, the employer and the local unions which together hold the majority of the employees as members, agreement that it will serve as the working range.
There are no local Trade Union, or the Union organizes a minority of workers, the employees can designate representatives who either alone or together with the Union, to stop such an agreement with the employer.

For a different cooperative can act as the working range, the following conditions must be met: a) the employer and workers should have the same number of members in the sample. Is the other groups represented in the Committee, these representatives do not have the right to vote in the work environment matters.

b) the employer must be represented as prescribed in section 3-7.

c) should be the main verneombudet member from the employee's ID, cf. § 3-7.

d) occupational health service should be represented without the right to vote, jf. § 3-7.

The requirements can be fulfilled by the supplement of the selection, the selection can act as working when such supplement going on.

section 3-23. Special groups representatives of students, conscripts, civilian service charge, prisoners, patients and currently deployed may not be selected to the safety representatives or to the members of the working selection without this is set out in the supplementary regulations. They also do not have the right to vote at the election of safety representatives and the working range and should also not be included in the count basis when determining whether the business has so many workers that the working range is to be created, if nothing else is stipulated in the supplementary regulations.

Chapter 4. Local safety representatives and the working range for loading and unloading workers section 4-1. The selection of safety representatives and the working range of the enterprise docks and in ports This chapter does not apply on the quays in ports business and where only your business's own staff used to unload and load work.

§ 4-2. The selection of safety representatives for the loading and unloading workers in ports where it regularly employed at least 5 workers with loading and unloading-works, to the selection of one or more local safety representatives.
The number of safety representatives shall be determined by agreement between the parties.
There are several local safety representatives, should it be selected locally senior, jf. Working Environment Act § 6-1, third paragraph, and the regulation here section 3-5 applies.
By the choice of local safety representatives should, incidentally, the rules of the Working Environment Act § 6-1 and section 3-1, section 3-2, section 3-3, section 3-5, section 3-6 and 3-14 in this regulation be followed so far they fit.

section 4-3. The choice of working for the loading and unloading workers in ports where it regularly employed at least 15 workers with loading and unloading work, create local working, if one of the parties requires that when calculating the number of workers added the rule in section 3-7 second paragraph to reason, but still so that anyone who works at least the same number of work hours as the average for the permanent workers , to be considered with their sample size is determined by agreement between the parties.
If not all employers will be represented in the sample, to those who have the largest number of work hours performed by loading and unloading workers take precedence.
Local Trade Union that organizes the majority of loading and unloading the workers, can designate the employees ' representatives in the selection.
When creating the working range, by the way policies in the work environment Act § 7-1 and the regulations here section 3-1, section 3-2, section 3-3, section 3-5-6, § 3, section 3-7 and § 3-15 be followed so far they fit.

§ 4-4. Cherish the mandates and the Working Committee's tasks, duties and rights of Local safety representatives and working to have the tasks, duties and rights that are specific for ordinary safety representatives and the working range, cf. Working Environment Act Chapter 6 and 7, and the regulation here Chapter 3.

§ 4-5. The employer's right to make a statement Before the decisions are made, as mentioned in the Working Environment Act § 7-2 fourth and fifth paragraph, to the employers that the decision targets, given the opportunity to make a statement within a reasonable time limit.

section 4-6. The employer's access to submit the Working Committee's resolutions for the Labour Inspectorate Has the selection hit in pursuance of resolution Working Environment Act § 7-2 fourth and fifth paragraph, any employer who is covered by the decision, submit it for the labour inspectorate to the decision.
In this case the AMU under the decision is directed that referred to the Labour Inspectorate and about the basis for this.

section 4-7. Expenses related to the protection of the working ombudenes and the Committee's Business Expenses in connection with the protection of ombudenes and the working sample's business is distributed fairly on the employers covered by the scheme, similar to that established for other administrative expenses.

Chapter 5. Regional safety representatives for the building and construction activities section 5-1. Scope this chapter applies to the construction business where jobs are temporary or mobile, including business that are not employing workers.

section 5-2. Regional conservation authority Commissioner and the regional delegates ' activity tasks to work on protection of the jobs that do not have safety representatives selected or created the working range in accordance with the Working Environment Act rules.
At workplaces where there is no elected safety representatives, the regional conservation Ombudsman do employers and employees aware of the obligation to choose safety representatives from the work environment Act § 6-1. If safety representatives after this is not selected, going to the regional military Ombudsman notify the Labour Inspectorate.
Until the safety representatives are chosen for the workplace, it has the same authority regional Ombudsman that protective safety representatives have after working environment Act § 6-2 the first to the sixth paragraph and section 6-3. The regional safety Ombudsman can participate by The Authority's inspections in business. The regional safety delegates ' activity has similar authority to business that do not employ workers.
In the workplace with several employers in the same workplace and how businesses have not agreed on which of them should be responsible for the coordination of the individual corporate safety and environmental work, should the regional protection Ombudsman make employers aware of the duty of writing to agree which of them should be responsible for the coordination, jf. Working Environment Act § 2-2. If the employers after this not deals who should be responsible for the coordination, the regional conservation Ombudsman notify the Labour Inspectorate.
If it is not created working in businesses that have a duty to it after working environment Act § 7-1, to the regional safety delegates ' activity make the employer and the employees aware of this duty. If working after this not be created, the regional conservation Ombudsman notify the Labour Inspectorate.
The regional safety delegates ' activity to prepare the annual report on its activities to the associations.

section 5-3. Regional conservation Commissioner the right to information Regional safety representatives have similar requirements on information from businesses that ordinary selected safety representatives have and otherwise the information that is considered necessary for the regional Ombudsman to be able to cherish perform their duties under section 5-2 of this regulation.

§ 5-4. Confidentiality Regional safety representatives is confidential in accordance with section 3-17.

section 5-5. Competence requirements the regional safety delegates ' activity is obliged to make themselves familiar with the rules on safety, health and working environment that applies to the construction business under this regulation.

Chapter 6. Regional safety representatives for overnight businesses, serving businesses, cleaning businesses mfl.

section 6-1. Scope this chapter applies to all businesses, including businesses that do not employ workers, which is comprised of the following industry groupings, cf. regulations 20. June 2008 No. 632 on the implementation of the EEA rettsakter on European statistics section 2, jf. Regulation (EC) No. 1893/2006 Appendix 1: a) hotel business b) operation of the hostel and apartments c) operation of campgrounds and tourist cabins d) other accommodation e) restaurant business f) catering and cafeterias operated as independent business g) operation of bars h) cleaning business.

This chapter does not apply to the petroleum business.

§ 6-2. Qualifications etc. Regional safety representatives should have at least three years of experience from work within the industry they are supposed to be safety representatives, and have at least two years experience as safety representatives. Eligibility requirements in particular cases can be waived.
Regional safety representatives have a duty to familiarize themselves with the rules about the health, environmental and security as apply to their industry.

section 6-3. Regional conservation authority Commissioner and the regional delegates ' activity tasks to work on the protection of jobs that do not have safety representatives selected or created the working range in accordance with the Working Environment Act rules.
At workplaces where there is no elected safety representatives, the regional conservation Ombudsman do employers and employees aware of the obligation to have safety representatives from the work environment Act § 6-1. If safety representatives after this not be selected or appointed, should the regional protection Ombudsman notify the Labour Inspectorate.
Until the safety representatives are chosen for the workplace, it has the same authority regional Ombudsman that protective safety representatives have after working environment Act § 6-2 the first to the sixth paragraph and section 6-3. The regional safety Ombudsman can participate by The Authority's inspections in business.
In the workplace with several employers in the same workplace and how businesses have not agreed on which of them should be responsible for the coordination of the individual corporate safety and environmental work, should the regional protection Ombudsman make employers aware of the duty of writing to agree which of them should be responsible for the coordination, jf. Working Environment Act § 2-2. If the employers after this not deals who should be responsible for the coordination, the regional conservation Ombudsman notify the Labour Inspectorate.
If it is not created working in businesses that have a duty to it after working environment Act § 7-1, to the regional safety delegates ' activity make the employer and the employees aware of this duty. If working after this not be created, the regional conservation Ombudsman notify the Labour Inspectorate.


section 6-4. Right to information Regional safety representatives have the same right to information from businesses that ordinary safety representatives have, and otherwise to the information that is considered necessary for the regional Ombudsman to be able to cherish perform their duties under section 6-3 of these regulations.

section 6-5. Confidentiality Regional safety representatives is confidential in accordance with section 3-17.

Chapter 7. Risk assessment section 7-1. Recurrent requirements for the mapping and risk assessment as the regulations target, cf. section 1-3, will ensure that the work environment in the business are being considered by the planning, facilitation and implementation of the work.
Factors that may affect the employees ' physical or mental health and security, including working time, should be mapped and measured if necessary. It should be taken separately as to whether workers under 18 years of age to be used in the work, cf. Chapter 12.
On the basis of the mapping to the risk for damage or danger to workers ' health and safety are considered.
Risk assessment should be repeated regularly, by changes that can have a bearing on the risk conditions and by the purchase of machines and equipment, which may have importance for the health, the work environment and the security of the business.
Risk assessment should be made in cooperation with workers and their representatives.
Mapping and risk assessment, as well as plans and measures that are triggered by risk assessments, should be documented in the form and to the extent that is necessary on the basis of the nature, activities, risk factors and size and stored so that the information can be applied at a later time.

section 7-2. Measurement as the basis for risk assessment when it carried out measurement as the basis for risk assessment, measurement methods and measuring instruments to be adapted to the environment, the kind of exposure that occurs and Exposition duration. Measuring methods used should be representative of the individual employee's individual exposure, and it should be taken into consideration to measure the uncertainty by assessing risk.

section 7-3. Additional requirements to the risk assessment risk assessment is to be conducted in accordance with the regulations on the execution of the work by:-the use and handling of chemicals, jf. Chapter 3,-performance of hot work, cf. Chapter 5,-risk of exposure to biological factors, jf. Chapter 6,-exposure to reproductive harmful factors, jf. Chapter 7,-exposure to noise and mechanical vibration, jf. Chapter 14,-exposure to artificial optical radiation, jf. Chapter 16,-exposure to electromagnetic fields, jf. Chapter 16 A,-execution of the work at height, jf. Chapter 17,-the execution of manual work that may involve the risk of harmful stress, jf. Chapter 23,-work under water or increased ambient pressure, jf. Chapter 26,-snøskredfare, jf. Chapter 30.

Chapter 8. Training section 8-1. Recurrent training requirements, the employer shall ensure that workers who use equipment and facilities or handle materials, substances or products, have the necessary training and practice in appropriate work technique, organization of work, other relevant conditions, and have the necessary qualifications for the safe execution of the work.
Where it is required with the use of utilities, escape and rescue equipment, the use of first aid equipment or personal protective equipment should it be given the training, and if necessary exercise, in the use of this.
In the training of persons under 18 years of age, it shall be taken in particular because of their lack of work experience, that they are not aware of existing and potential risk, or that they are not yet fully developed.
The owner of the business that are not employing workers and that by the use of equipment and execution of work can expose workers to danger, to make sure to have the necessary training and qualifications.
The training shall be repeated when necessary.
The training shall be given in a language that the employees understand.

section 8-2. Qualification and additional requirements for training the employer will provide for training in accordance with the regulations on the execution of the work by:-work with chemicals, jf. Chapter 3-working with asbestos, jf. Chapter 4-hot work, cf. Chapter 5-work with the risk of being exposed to biological factors, jf. Chapter 6-work by wastewater treatment plants, jf. Chapter 8-work with the working equipment that requires special care, jf. Chapter 10-maintenance of work equipment, cf. Chapter 12-work with the risk of being exposed to harmful noise or mechanical vibrations, jf. Chapter 14-work with the risk of being exposed to artificial optical radiation, jf. Chapter 16-Assembly, disassembly, modification and control of scaffolding, jf. Chapter 17-work with the risk of being exposed to electromagnetic fields, jf. Chapter 16 A-security signs and signal consulting, jf. Chapter 22-ergonomically distressing work, cf. Chapter 23-work with operating control and security monitoring (control room), cf. Chapter 24-work under water or increased ambient pressure, jf. Chapter 26.

Chapter 9. Information to the employees section 9-1. Recurrent demands for information to workers, the employer shall ensure that workers and their representatives receive ongoing information about the risk factors in relation to the work and how these can be avoided.
Information should be designed in such a way that it is understandable for the individual worker.

section 9-2. Additional requirements for information to the employees the employer will make sure to inform in accordance with the regulations on the execution of the work at-work with chemicals, jf. Chapter 3-hot work, cf. Chapter 5-exposure to reproductive harmful factors, jf. Chapter 7-work with the working equipment that requires special care, jf. Chapter 10-work with the risk of being exposed to harmful noise or mechanical vibrations, jf. Chapter 14-work with the risk of being exposed to artificial optical radiation, jf. Chapter 16-work with the risk of being exposed to electromagnetic fields, jf. Chapter 16 A-security signs and signal consulting, jf. Chapter 22-ergonomically distressing work, cf. Chapter 23.

Chapter 10. Planning, organization of work and safe operation § 10-1. Planning and facilitation of the work the employer shall schedule the work and control routines for the systematic working environment work, so that the work can be performed safely and health proper.

a) there should be taken measures to remove or mitigate risk factors. Measures to reduce exposure to risk factors should be done at the source as far as possible.

b) Collective protective measures priority over individual protective measures.

c) by planning and facilitation of the work should be taken into consideration to employees ' individual conditions and the need for variety in work activities. The work will be arranged for the individual worker so that the unfortunate loads if possible be avoided.

d) the occurrence of hazardous chemicals and biological factors should be avoided. If this is not capable of being conducted, should the amount be reduced as far as possible. The number of workers exposed or may be exposed to hazardous chemicals or biological factors should be the lowest possible.

to create the e) drug index for the hazardous substances are handled in the business.

f) Ergonomic principles to be applied when it comes to the work positions and customization to the work place by the use of the work equipment. The working positions to be able to be varied and static work be avoided. The work should as far as possible not involve movements or positions that could lead to health damage.

g) work to be planned and implemented in such a way that workers are protected against noise, vibrations and artificial optical radiation.

h) it should get together measures to protect those employees who have access to danger zones.

in) to be provided for safe access in which the work is difficult. By work at height should, if necessary, adapted with work platform or scaffolding.

j) it should be worked out routines that ensure that traffic roads and escape routes are open for free passage.

k) jobs and working premises are to be kept neat and proper cleaning.

l) it should be appropriate first aid equipment available in all places where working conditions make it necessary.

m) working time arrangements to be added up so that the health and security considerations.

section 10-2. Prevention of damage by ergonomically distressing work the employer shall implement appropriate measures to remove or reduce the incidence of distressing and harmful manual work, including implement development initiatives, jf. § 2-1 the second paragraph. Actions to take based on the work performed and include factors such as:-Organization of work,-premises,-inventory, equipment, including technical AIDS,-business relationships, and management and planning systems that help to influence the pace and work content.

§ 10-3. Requirements to the choice of work equipment, the employer shall ensure that work equipment to be used, are designed and made so that workers are protected against damage on life or health by the use of them, cf. regulations on the execution of the work.
To ensure employees ' life or health the employer by the choice of work equipment, take into account the special working conditions at the individual workplace, the nature of their character and the risks that may arise from its use.
The employer should consider the dangers and meet the necessary measures to ensure that the equipment provided for the employees is suitable for the work and is adapted to the purpose. The equipment to be used and maintained without risk of harm to the life or health of the who do the work.

When it is not possible to ensure fully that the equipment can be used without risk of harm to life or health, the employer shall take measures to limit the dangers the most.

§ 10-4. Demands for systematic control and maintenance Work equipment and facilities that are in use, should be subjected to regular checking and maintenance so that it is consistent with the provisions of the regulations on the execution of the work, cf. § 10-5 the first paragraph.
When it is necessary, it should be worked out routines for control and maintenance of work equipment and facilities prior to use.

§ 10-5. Claims about the security signs and sign legislation the employer shall consider the dangerous conditions in the business with a view to make sure the security signs and signal requirements where risks cannot be avoided by other measures.
If the effect is the same, it can be chosen between:-light signal, sound signals or verbal instructions, hand-and-arm signals or verbal instructions,-a warning color or to specify security signage locations where there is an obstacle or height difference.

Signals that can be used:-light signals and sound signals, light signals and verbal instructions, hand-and-arm signals and verbal instructions.

§ 10-6. Requirements for notification and communication assets If the risk assessment indicates that there may be a need for urgent help, should the employer take the necessary measures to be able to notify the employees and that the employee has access to the warning and means of communication that is required.

§ 10-7. Requirements for software and computer systems By the preparation, selection, procurement and modification of the software and by the determination of the tasks that require the use of the monitor, the employer shall take into account the following factors: a) the software should be adapted to the task to be performed, and shall as far as possible be on Norwegian, b) software should be easy to use and will eventually be able to be adapted to the user's knowledge-and experience level , it can not be used quantitative or qualitative control devices without the employees know this, c) systems to give workers information about the work progress, d) systems to display information in a format and pace that is adapted to the operators.

§ 10-8. Variety and restart when the character warrant, such as work at the computer screen, the employer by ensuring work facilitate that regularly interrupted by other forms of work tasks, or where this is not possible, the time for necessary rest and recovery so that hazardous effects be avoided.

Chapter 11. Working instructions section 11-1. Recurrent requirements to the working instructions for the execution of the work and the use of work equipment if the execution of the work can result in especially risk of damage on life or health, the employer shall make sure to draft written work instructions to ensure that: a) the work can be performed on a fully proper manner, b) the performance of the work or the use of work equipment is restricted to those persons who have undergone the necessary training , c) the persons who should perform repairs, remodeling or maintenance, are specifically designated to carry out such work, and d) the equipment to be repaired, not be applied if the error, wear and tear or damage can cause hazard by use.

section 11-2. Additional requirements for work instructions That should always be released written work instructions in accordance with the regulations on the execution of the work by:-work with asbestos, jf. Chapter 4,-Assembly, disassembly, modification and control of scaffolding, jf. Chapter 17-manual høytrykkspyling with pressure of 250 bar, jf. Chapter 20.

-digging deeper than 2.0 metres, jf. Chapter 21,-work with operating control and security monitoring, jf. Chapter 24,-work under water or increased ambient pressure, jf. Chapter 26-berg work, cf. Chapter 27,-work by CO ₂-conditioning, jf. Chapter 28,-snøskredfare, cf. Chapter 30.

Chapter 12. Work of children and young people section 12-1. Risk assessment and in particular measures under custom workers 18 years of age When persons under 18 years of age to be used in the work, the employer shall make an assessment of the risks they are exposed to.
The risk assessment should be carried out before people under 18 years of age joins the work and is repeated every time it's on significant changes in the terms and conditions.
The risk assessment should particularly take in: a) work on-site and work place's equipment and furnishings, b) gadgets, the selection and use of work equipment and machinery, as well as the way they are handled at, c) business organization, d) art, degree and duration of exposure to physical, biological and chemical factors, e) unfortunate mental stresses that the work could lead to, f) business operations that can overload the muscle and skeletal system, g) children's and young people's level with respect to training and instruction.

The employer shall take appropriate measures to ensure the safety, health and development to people under 18. It should be taken especially into account their lack of work experience, that they are not aware of existing and potential risk, or that they are not yet fully developed.

section 12-2. Access to put children who have completed 13 years to work children who have filled 13 years, can perform light work. With the easy work is meant any work which, because of the work the nature and the special conditions to be performed under, does not affect the child's security, health, or development of an unfortunate way, and does not go beyond their schooling, participation in vocational guidance or vocational training, or their ability to get out of teaching.

section 12-3. Access to put children to cultural or similar work children who are under 15 years or is skolepliktig by law 17. July 1998 No. 61 about the school teaches can carry out cultural, artistic, sporting or promotional in work as long as the work does not affect their safety, health or development of an unfortunate way and not go out of their schooling, participation in vocational guidance or vocational training, or their ability to get out of teaching.
Before children are put to work as mentioned in the first paragraph, the employer shall obtain prior consent of the Labour Inspectorate. Consent pursuant to section 12-4 should be attached to the application to the Labour Inspectorate.
When it is protective and health proper, the Labour Inspectorate upon application give consent to that children can be used to the cultural, artistic or sporting work beyond two hours a day and 12 hours a week.

section 12-4. Consent from parents or guardians Before children who are under 15 years or is skolepliktig be set to work, the employer shall ensure that it obtained the written consent of parents or other guardians.

section 12-5. Limitations in the work of children and adolescents to persons under 18 did not perform the work that a) exceed their physical or mental performance, b) involves exposure to toxic or carcinogenic factors, factors that cause hereditary genetic damage, factors that cause fetal harm or otherwise causing chronic injuries to people, c) involves exposure to harmful radiation, d) involves the danger of accident as it is reasonable to assume that people under 18 years may not recognize or avoid due to of little awareness of safety or little experience, training or exercise.

section 12-6. Ban on work that may cause danger to health particularly harm persons under 18 years shall not perform the following types of work: a) work involving exposure to ionizing radiation, b) work in hyperbaric atmosphere, eg. in pressure chambers and by diving, c) work involving exposure to biological factors in risk group 3 and 4, cf. regulations on the action and limit values Chapter 6, and the regulations on the execution of the work Chapter 6, d) work that involves exposure to substances and preparations that meet the criteria for classification by regulation 16. June 2012 No. 622 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and preparations (CLP) in one or more of the following hazard classes and hazard categories with one or more of the following risk phrases:-acute toxicity, category 1, 2 or 3 (H300, H310, H330, H301, H311, H331),-corrosive to the skin, category 1A, 1B or 1 c (H314),-flammable gases, category 1 or 2 (H220, H221), aerosols, category 1 (H222) ,-flammable liquids, category 1 or 2 (H224, H225),-explosive items, category "Unstable explosive items," or explosive items in Group 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 (H200), H201, H202, H203, H204, H205),-even reactive substances and mixtures, type A, B, C, or D (H240, H241, H242), organic peroxides, type A or B (H240, H241)-specific målorgantoksisitet-single exposure, category 1 or 2 (H370, H371)-specific målorgantoksisitet-repeated exposure , category 1 or 2 (H372, H373),-sensitizing by inhalation, category 1, under category 1A or 1B (H334),-sensitizing by skin contact, category 1, under category 1A or 1B (H317),-cancer-causing properties, category 1A, 1B or 2 (H350, H350i, H351),-kjønnscellemutagenitet, category 1A, 1B or 2 (H340, H341) and-reproductive toxicity, category 1A or 1B (H360, H360F, H360FD, H360Fd, H360D, H360Df).

This is true whether the drug or the drug mixture is classified pursuant to the said regulations or not, e) work that involves exposure to substances, preparations or processes in the following list:-work that involves the representation of auramin,-work that involves exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) that occur in soot, tar, or pitch,-work that involves exposure to dust, smoke or fog that developed under røsting and electrolytic refining of nikkelråstein ,-work that involves the representation of 2-propanol by strong acid process,-

work that involves exposure to dust from hard woods, as well as substances or preparations that are released in these processes, f) work involving exposure to lead and lead compounds, g) work that involves exposure to asbestos and asbestos-containing material, h) work with the manufacture and handling of fireworks, as well as objects and machines containing explosives, in) work with wild or poisonous animals, j) work with industrial slaughter of animals , k) work which involves the handling of equipment for the production, storage or application of compressed, liquefied or dissolved gases, l) work in tanks, basins, reservoirs, or with the analysis bottles that contain chemicals discussed in the letters d to g, m) work that involves the risk of collapse of buildings or ras, n) work that involves the risk of contact with high-voltage electricity, o) chord work where the pace is determined by machines , p) work that involves damage to health due to extreme cold or heat or because of the noise or vibration, q) work with cranes and lifting-and stablevogner for the goods as mentioned in the regulations on the execution of the work section 10-3, r) work with mass transfer machines, s) work with nail guns, t) work with bolt pistols.

u) work with væskes trawl equipment with working pressure above or equal to 250 bar (25 MPa).

section 12-7. The exception from the ban by vocational training if the work is done as part of practical training in the school's Director, or practical training on the learning contract or training contract, youth between 15 and 18 years of age and who are not skolepliktig, perform the work as stated in section 12-5 letter b to d and § 12-6 letter b to p. On the same terms as mentioned in the first paragraph can youth between 16 and 18 years who are not skolepliktig do work as mentioned in section 12-6 letter a when the effective doseekvivalenten not exceeding 5 mSv during the 12 months. By irradiation of individual bodies to dose limit not exceed 50 mSv/year for øyelinse and 150 mSv/year skin, hands and feet.
Youth who have completed 17 years can be given practical training in the use of work equipment as mentioned in section 12-6 the letter q to u, if the training happens in accordance with the requirements of safety training in the regulations on the execution of the work Chapter 10. Such training may also be given to the student in high school when the student is age of 16 and training occurs during the school's savvy guidance.
When youth is set to work as mentioned in the first, other and third paragraph, the employer worked under organize and facilitate respect of the individual's work life experience and maturity, and otherwise implement the measures that are necessary to safeguard their security, health and development.
The employer shall ensure that the youth is set to such a work, is subject to supervision in the required extent by an experienced and competent person.

section 12-8. Access to put children to the cultural, artistic or sporting work children who are under 15 years or is skolepliktig can perform cultural, artistic or sporting work in the period between 23:00. 20:00 and 23:00. 23:00 on the terms mentioned in section 12-3. The work-smoking period shall, in cases where the work ends after 20:00. 22:00 to 23:00. 7:00. § 12-9. Criteria to put youth to work at night in the following cases it is allowed that young people between 15 and 18 years who are not skolepliktig works at night, if the work is not to the detriment of their safety, health or development: a) the cultural, artistic or sporting work can be carried out until 18:00. 23:00. b) work on the learning contract in businesses for the hotel-and restaurant food can be carried out until 18:00. 24:00 when it is necessary for the operation of guests.

c) work with the sale or ombæring of newspapers can be performed. 4:00 a.m.. d) work on two shifts in non-industrial activities can be added between 23:00. 06:00 and 23:00. 24:00. Exception does not include building and construction business and transport business.

e) cleaning work can be performed until 23:00. 24:00 when the work can not be operated without the other work at the work site will be cancelled, and that because of the operating time on the work site must be performed at night.

f) easily security and concierge work can be carried out between 18:00. 06:00 and 23:00. 24:00. g) light work in the business for the sick and care help, as well as in boarding house attached to the boarding schools, orphanages, kindergartens, etc., can be carried out between 18:00. 06:00 and 23:00. 24:00. h) easily work at hospitals or similar institutions can be carried out until 18:00. 06:00 of students, apprentices and learn the candidates in health sciences working in secondary education. The work must be included as part of the practical training according to the current curriculum.

section 12-10. Requirements for information the employer shall ensure that persons under 18 years of age, their parents or other guardians, are informed of any risk that is associated with the work and whether all measures that will be implemented to safeguard the young person's safety and health.

section 12-11. Requests for intervention from the military Ombudsman when the employee is under 18 years of age the employer shall take protective Ombudsman consulted during the planning and execution of work to be performed by persons under 18 years of age.
By businesses where there is no safety representatives, workers ' representative will be included on the Board.

section 12-12. Requirements about list management of young employees employer who employs persons under 18 years of age to lead the list of them. list-keeping can unnlates in business employing less than 20 workers.
The list shall contain the following information: a) the employee's name, address and identity number, b) parent's name and address (for children who are under 15 years or is skolepliktig), c) the nature of, d) the length of daily working time, including working time with other employers, and at what time of day the work is done, e) the length of the ordinary school, f) time for the liquidation of free time during the summer holidays.

The list should be available to labour inspection and safety representatives.

Chapter 13. Corporate health services section 13-1. Duty to associate business health service to the business, the employer is obliged to attach the approved occupational health service to business if risk conditions in the business dictates that, cf. regulations on administrative arrangements Chapter 2.
Businesses within the following business groupings should be associated with the occupational health service that has been approved by the Labour Inspectorate: the food code head group or subgroup in which only part of the main body is included 02 forestry and services associated with forestry 03 fish farming and hatcheries 03.2 05 Wrapping of hard coal and brown coal 07 Wrestling of metallholdig ore 08 Wrestling and mining or 09 other 09.9 Services associated with mining 10 production of food and drink 11 production of beverages 12 manufacture of tobacco products 17 manufacture of textiles 14 manufacture of clothing 15
Production of leather and leather goods 16 production of lumber and goods of wood, Cork, straw and plaiting, except furniture 17 production of paper and paper products 18 18.1 printing and services associated with the printing production of 19 coal and refined petroleum products 20 manufacture of chemicals and chemical products 21 manufacture of pharmaceutical raw materials and preparations 22 manufacture of rubber and plastic products 23 manufacture of other non-metallholdige mineral products 24 manufacture of metals 25 manufacture of metal goods , except machinery and equipment 26 manufacture of 16.2 electronic components and circuit boards 16.3 production of computers and peripheral equipment, the production of communications equipment 16.3 16.4 the production of electronics to household use 26.51 manufacture of measuring, control and navigation instruments 26.6 production of radiation equipment, electro-medical equipment and production of elektroterapeutisk 16.6 optical instruments and photographic equipment 16.7 production of magnetic and optical media 27 production of electrical equipment 28 manufacture of machinery and equipment for general use , not mentioned somewhere 29 manufacture of motor vehicles and trailers 30 construction of 18.7 ships and boats 30.200 production of locomotives and other rolling stock to the railway and tramway 30.300 manufacture of aircraft and spacecraft and similar equipment 30.400 production of military combat vehicles 30.910 production of motorcycles 30.920 Production of bicycles and crippled production of carriages 30.990 transport not mentioned somewhere 31 manufacture of furniture 32 32.300 production of sports articles. Only the part that applies to the rubber and plastic products manufacture of 32.400 games and toys. Only the part that applies to the rubber and plastic products manufacture of 32.500 medical and dental instruments and equipment Other industrial production 32.990 not mentioned somewhere 33 33.110 Repair of processed metal products 33.120 repair of machines and 33.130 repair of optical electronic equipment repair of electrical equipment 33.140 33.150 repair and maintenance of ships and boats 33.160 repair and maintenance of aircraft and spacecraft 33.170 repair and maintenance of other transport equipment repair 33.190 33.200 installation of industrial machinery and equipment

35 Electricity, gas, steam and hot water supply 36 Outlets from the source, purification and distribution of water 37 storage and processing of wastewater Collection treatment, 38, the disposal and recycling of waste, the Environment Environmental clearance 39 cleaning and similar activities 41.2 41 construction of buildings 42 civil engineering 43 Specialised construction activities 45 45.2 maintenance and repair of motor vehicles, except motorcycles 45.403 maintenance and repair of motorcycles 46 46.77 wholesale of waste and scrap 49 Land transport and pipeline transport 52 52.21 other services associated with land transportation 52.221 Operation of the Harbour and quays 52.223 Supply bases

52.229 Services associated with sea transport or other services associated with 52.23 air transport loading and unloading 52.24 53 Record and distribution business 55 55.1 Hotel business operation of 56 56.101 cafes and restaurants operated as Cafeterias 56.290 independent business operation of 56.3 bars 61 Telecommunications 75 veterinary services 77 77.1 rental and leasing of motor vehicles 80 80.1 Private Guard Services guard services associated with 49.8 services 81 81.2 cleaning Business Law 84 and 84.23 prison system-only for the prison administration 84.24 police and prosecution-only for police fire protection Teaching 84.25 85 86
Health care nursing and 87 care services in institutional care 88 Social care services without stay offers 95 95.230 repair of footwear and leather goods. Applies to footwear of rubber and plastic repair of 95.240 furniture and home furnishings 95.290 repair of other household items and items for personal use. Applies to goods of rubber and plastic 96 96.01 laundry and dry cleaning business 96.02 Styling and other beauty care. Only applies to styling hair.

Labour inspection can determine that the activities which, by their main activity falls outside of the first paragraph, but that also runs the activity as mentioned here, still fully or partially to be associated with the approved occupational health services.

section 13-2. The employer's use of corporate health services the employer shall ensure that occupational health service a) assists with the planning and implementation of physical and organizational changes in the business, including the creation, maintenance, and organization of work places, facilities, equipment and work processes, b) assists with the preparation and the modification of the guidelines for the use of chemicals, machinery, and equipment and other work processes, c) assists with ongoing monitoring of the work environment, making surveys of workplaces and work processes and considering the risk of health hazards , d) promotes suggestions about preventative measures and together with the business working with measures that reduce the risk of health damage, e) assists in the effort to monitor and control the workers ' health taking into account the work situation and make necessary follow-up, f) assists with individual arrangement, including participation in the meetings and the preparation of the follow-up plan according to the Working Environment Act § 4-6, g) assists with information and training on relevant health , environmental and security risks and appropriate measures, h) assists by inquiries from employees, safety representatives and the working range.

section 13-3. Plans, annual reports and messages the employer shall in cooperation with the occupational health service prepare the following documentation to be included in the systematic health, environmental and security work: a) plans, and annual reports for corporate health service's assistance in business, b) intermittent messages and results of mappings, risk assessments, measurements, etc., that describes the hazardous working conditions, suggestions for preventive measures and results, c) routines for the preparation of the follow-up plans and facilitation measures chapter 14. Report and health surveillance section 14-1. Requirements for health surveillance When risk circumstances warrant it, the employer shall provide for adequate health surveillance.
Suitable health examination of workers should always be carried out in accordance with the regulations on the execution of the work when workers exposed to:-dangerous chemicals, jf. Chapter 3,-dust with asbestos fibers, jf. Chapter 4-biological factors, jf. Chapter 6, noise or mechanical vibrations, jf. Chapter 14, ionizing radiation, jf. Chapter 15,-artificial optical radiation, jf. Chapter 16,-electromagnetic field, cf. Chapter 16 A,-work under water or increased ambient pressure, jf. Chapter 26,-gas, dust or other hazardous conditions at the berg work, cf. Chapter 27.

Suitable health survey after the second paragraph to be carried out by, or under the control of the competent doctor.

section 14-2. Registration and notification of the work accident and occupational disease recording and notification of work accident and occupational disease applies also for family use in agriculture and businesses in agriculture that do not employ workers.

section 14-3. Heal notification in the construction business physicians ' report to the labour inspection also applies to business activities within building and construction activities that do not employ workers.

section 14-4. Survey of the vision by work by monitor employees regularly and that a significant part of his work are working at the computer screen, should have the option of examination of the eyes and vision, made by a person with the necessary qualifications:-before they start work at the computer screen,-if necessary on a regular basis in the time then and-if they get vision problems that can be caused by work at the computer screen.

Workers shall have the right to the eye specialist if the outcome of the study and the tests mentioned in the first paragraph makes it necessary.
If the outcome of the test or survey makes it necessary, and if the common synskorrigerende AIDS can not be used, should the employees get special synskorrigerende AIDS that is appropriate for the competent work.
Expenses for special synskorrigerende utilities will be borne by the employer.

section 14-5. The employer's monitoring of health surveys If it by health examination detected disease or other health effect, as the doctor thinks may be due to the influence in the work, the employer shall take appropriate action, and if necessary, relocate the employee to other work.

section 14-6. Requirements to heal health physician who conducts the expertise examination shall have the necessary expertise on the area the survey apply.

section 14-7. The employer's coverage of expenses for health survey the employer shall cover the expenses that are not covered by the national insurance scheme in the context of health research as an employer shall ensure the employees undergo after this chapter.

Chapter 15. The use of personal protective equipment section 15-1. Recurrent requirements about the use of personal protective equipment, the employer shall set appropriate personal protective equipment at the disposal of the employee if the risk of harm to the life or health of the worker cannot be avoided by technical installations in the workplace, by changes to working methods or by changes to work processes.
The employer shall ensure that personal protective equipment is used when the satisfactory protection of the worker's safety, health and welfare cannot be achieved in another way.
Requirements in the provision also applies to businesses that do not employ workers in the field of building and construction business.

section 15-2. Additional requirements for personal protective equipment, the employer shall provide personal protective equipment in accordance with the regulations on the execution of the work by working with:-chemicals, jf. Chapter 3,-asbestos, jf. Chapter 4,-the risk of being exposed to biological factors, jf. Chapter 6,-the risk of being exposed to harmful noise, jf. Chapter 14.

The employer shall, if necessary, ensure appropriate work clothes before handling of dangerous cargo at the port work.

section 15-3. Requirements for personal protective equipment, the employer shall ensure that the personal protective equipment provided to you for the employee meet the requirements given in regulations 19. August 1994 no. 819 on the construction, the design and manufacture of personal protective equipment, and thus is marked with the CE mark. For the petroleum at sea does not apply this regulatory section 49 No. 2, cf. facilities § 75 second paragraph.
The employer shall ensure that the personal protective equipment used in the workplace at any time provides fully justifiable policy. The employer shall in particular ensure that personal protective equipment-does not cause increased risk by use-fit or can be adapted to worker-is adapted to the relevant working conditions-that protective equipment is not readily ignite or melt where there is such a risk.

If the worker must use several different types of protective equipment at the same time, the equipment could be combined without some equipment protective effect nedsettes.

section 15-4. Requirements for the maintenance and control of personal protective equipment, the employer shall provide for procedures for the storage, maintenance, repair and replacement of personal protective equipment, and personal protective equipment are in good hygienic condition. If one and the same personal protective equipment must be used by several people, the employer ensure that such use does not cause health or hygienic problems for workers.

section 15-5. Information requirements for personal protective equipment, the employer shall before personal protective equipment be put to use to inform the worker about the hazards the personal protective equipment protects against and make sure that there is adequate and understandable information about the use of it.

Chapter 16. Final provisions § 16-1. Punishment intentionally or negligent violation of this regulation or decision given in pursuance of this, or accessory to this, is a crime according to the Working Environment Act Chapter 19.

section 16-2. Violation fee If someone who has acted on behalf of the business has infringed the provisions of the regulations here or decisions given in pursuance of this, the business imposed violation fee after the Working Environment Act § 18-10.

section 16-3. Entry into force this Regulation shall enter into force 1. January 2013.
From the same date of revocation-regulations 14. June 1985 No.. 1410 about work in tanks-regulations 19. November 1985 No. 2105 about digging and bracing of the ditches-regulations 14. June 1985 No.. 1157 about working with ionizing radiation-regulations 10. September 1982 No. 1377 on technical devices-regulations 1. November 1966 No. 9192 on leads policy of tractor-Regulation 26. April 2005 Nr. 362 about asbestos-regulations 4. April 1973 No. 1 about the installation of the new CO ₂-plant-

Regulation 18. April 1974 No. 3 about snøskredfare by living and construction sites-Regulation 20. April 1977 Nr. 9193 on tractors-regulations 29. April 1977 Nr. 7 about the safety representatives and the working range-regulations 25. May 1977 Nr. 2 about the Authority's consent by the erection of the building, structural changes, reorganization, etc.

-regulations 25. September 1978 No. 5 in the kvilekoier-regulations 7. December 1979 No. 7 about the addition of smell fabric to oxygen (odorering) by welding, burning and heat treatment-regulations 14. June 1985 No.. 1411 about work on tank vessels protected with neutral gas in the cargo tanks-regulations 26. April 2006 no. 456 on protection against noise in the workplace-Regulation 19. September 1997 Nr. 1018 about regional safety representatives for the building and construction activities-regulations 15. November 1983 Nr. 1674 for control, identification and filling of the compressed air bottles of scuba diving and respiratory protection-regulations 21. March 1986 No. 745 of the Working Environment Act applies to the business in the farming and forestry that does not employ an employee-regulations 10. January 1986 No. 17 about the Working Environment Act application for work in a man's businesses within the construction business-regulations 11. April 1986 No. 870 about local safety representatives and the working range of the unload and load work-regulations 25. January 2005 Nr. 47 of soluble chromium hexavalent in cement-regulations 14. April 1989 Nr. 335 of scaffolding, ladders and work on roofs and more.

-regulations 11. February 2009 No. 162 that businesses in certain industries to have approved occupational health service-regulations 30. November 1990 No. 944 of scuba diving-regulations 13. February 1992 Nr. 1263 about water jetting etc.

-regulations 24. May 1993 No. 1425 on the use of personal protective equipment in the workplace-Regulation 16. September 1994 no. 876 for a driver protection on old tractors-regulations 6. October 1994 no. 972 about security signs and signal design in the workplace-Regulation 10. November 1994 no. 1053 of the port work-regulations 15. December 1994 no. 1259 about work at the computer screen-Regulation 16. February 1995 No. about 170 jobs and workplace-Regulation 20. January 1995 No. 156 on the heavy and monotonous job-Regulation 20. April 1995 No. 385 about work in the control room-regulations 25. August 1995, no. 768 about reproductive and work environment-regulations 16. December 1996 No. 1315 about work by wastewater treatment plants-regulations 30. June 2005 Nr. 794 on the safety, health and working environment at the berg work-regulations 19. December 1997 Nr. 1322 on protection against exposure to biological factors (bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc.) in the workplace-Regulation 26. February 1998 No. 179 about welding, thermal cutting, thermal spraying, gouging, soldering and grinding (hot work)-regulations 30. April 1998 No. 551 about work of children and young people-Regulation 26. June 1998 No. 608 on the use of work equipment-regulations 18. December 1998 No. 1206 about fee for byggesaks treatment after working environment Act § 19-regulations 14. April 2000 Nr. 412 on the construction and use of the hazardous substance for substances index in businesses (Drug index regulations)-regulations 30. April 2001 No. 443 on protection against exposure to chemicals in the workplace (Chemical Regulation) Regulations 6. July 2005 Nr. 804 on the protection against mechanical vibrations-regulations 10. September 2009 No. 1173 of the employer's use of approved occupational health service and for approval of occupational health service-regulations 27. April 2010 No. 605 on the protection against artificial optical radiation at work-Regulation 16. November 2010 No. 1452 of regional safety representatives for certain industries.

-regulations 2. June 1977 Nr. 3219 about machines, tools and utilities.

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